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The main menu of the RailQuik system. I tried to get as close to the look of an IBM terminal emulator as I could within the confines of Access. This system was built on top of my initial Car Management System screens and reports (outlined in "Earlier efforts" subfolder below) but adds automated car-forwarding logic, allowing operating session paperwork to be generated in a matter of seconds. Please see my MRH blog entry at http://model-railroad-hobbyist.com/node/17032
By: Joe Atkinson

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The main menu of the RailQuik system. I tried to get as close to the look of an IBM terminal emulator as I could within the confines of Access. This system was built on top of my initial Car Management System screens and reports (outlined in "Earlier efforts" subfolder below) but adds automated car-forwarding logic, allowing operating session paperwork to be generated in a matter of seconds. Please see my MRH blog entry at http://model-railroad-hobbyist.com/node/17032
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